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Every time I share a post from a page I manage, a link to another post shared earlier is included. It is ALWAYS the same link. How do I remove it?

The link which is always included is http://onforb.es/12hfjCX

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Try using CCleaner over at http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner to delete your browsing history, internet cache, temp files. etc. This should help getting rid of the link that keeps showing up. In the worst case scenario, try a different computer to post a link from and then go back to your original computer.

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